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The Honourable John Horgan, Premier and the Honourable Doug Donaldson, Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development, were at the PRRD Dawson Creek office on April 15, 2019, to meet with the Peace River Regional District Board to address concerns surrounding the Caribou Recovery Draft Agreements. Media Release
Premier John Horgan has announced that the Province has appointed Blair Lekstrom as community liaison tasked with engaging residents of the Peace region on draft partnership agreements on caribou recovery.
Premier Horgan also extended the engagement period to May 31, 2019, in order to give Lekstrom time to work with local leaders.
How Will You Stay Informed About Emergencies?
Your safety is our top concern – that’s why communities in North East BC want to make sure you know about emergencies and public alerts as they happen. The Peace River Regional District will use the North East BC Emergency & Public Alerts system powered by Everbridge to make sure you know about issues that may affect your safety. This system allows the Peace River Regional District to contact thousands of residents in seconds so you can find out about an emergency right away. Receive important messages from the Peace River Regional District via email, phone, and text!
March 25, 2019- The Peace River Regional District has issued an evacuation order for the house and surrounding property at 8657 Highway 29 South. This property is located in Electoral Area E, between Chetwynd and Tumbler Ridge.
The evacuation order was issued due to a landslide impacting the property and it is believed that there is an imminent threat to life and property.
The occupants self-evacuated on March 23, 2019.
The Peace River Regional District is working with EMBC and other agencies to determine the next steps.